Bob Crane wife, Cindy, and Bob Crane, an American crane pilot and owner of Bob Crane’s Flying Crane, are set to be auctioned off by the Crane Auctioneers in the UK.
Cindy Crane, the wife of Bob, has been a member of the Crane family for nearly 60 years.
She died in 2006 at the age of 79.
The couple owned the company for more than 60 years and were known as Crane Brothers.
The family was a major owner of the famous “Flying Crane” from 1932 until 1961.
Bob Crane was the only owner of a flying crane to win the US’s first world title in 1953.
Bob had to wait a few years before his wife, a native of Michigan, made the jump to the US, where she was born.
Bob was one of the most famous crane pilots in the world and was the first person to ever take off from the back of a moving train in New York City.
Cindy, his daughter, flew for him for 30 years, from 1959 to 1978.
Cindy and Bob are expected to sell for $4 million, according to Reuters.
The sale comes on the heels of a major auction in the US that saw Bob auction off his personal collection of about 50,000 objects and sell his private collection of 1.2 million items for $10 million.
It is believed that the two are among the richest people in the country.
Cindy has had a hand in helping to bring about some of the largest economic development in the state, and she also is one of those people who has a connection to the region.
Bob has been known to travel around the United States and abroad to visit with local communities.
He is also a major contributor to the University of Michigan and Michigan State University.
The Crane family have owned the Flying Crane in New Jersey since 1932, and Cindy is one the original owners.
The Flying Crane was first used for aerial filming in 1940.
It was a large, single-engine aircraft that was used extensively for filming on film sets.
The first flying crane was built in the 1940s by Bob Crane and built by Crane Brothers, Inc. It has been the official flying crane of the U.S. military for more then a century.
The original Flying Crane went into service with the U,S.
Army Air Corps in 1951 and was used in the Korean War.
It also was used during the Vietnam War.
Bob bought the Flying Crab at the end of his life and sold it to the Crane Brothers Incorporated in 1979.
In 2005, Bob died and his widow sold the aircraft to his daughter Cindy.
Bob said that he was not looking to sell his Flying Crane collection, but rather the family.
He said that his children were not involved in the sale.
Bob’s wife, who is a native New Yorker, is now working to find a buyer for her collection.
The auction will take place on April 26.